Conservation and recreation are important elements to the strength of our community.

Learn more about the bodies working to beautify Cuyahoga Falls.

  1. Keep Cuyahoga Falls Beautiful
  2. Land Preservation Commission
  3. Park & Recreation Board
  4. City Tree Board
  5. Cuyahoga Falls Partnership for Parks

Keep Cuyahoga Falls Beautiful

Keep Cuyahoga Falls Beautiful is a collaboration among all City of Cuyahoga Falls municipal departments, local citizens, and business. Further partnerships with the Summit Soil & Water Conservation District, the Ohio EPA and the Cuyahoga Valley National Park aid in moving beautification project forward for the city. The Educational Outreach Coordinator facilitates the annual re-certification of Cuyahoga Falls as a national affiliate of the Keep America Beautiful community, and a state affiliate of Keep Ohio Beautiful.

Land Preservation Commission

It shall be the responsibility of the Land Preservation Commission to study, investigate, advise, and/or update annually, the city’s Land Preservation and Acquisition Policy.

Park & Recreation Board

The Park and Recreation Board shall have the power to adopt bylaws, rules and regulations for the city's parks and recreation facilities. Contact the Parks and Recreation department to learn more.

City Tree Board

The Board shall study, investigate, advise, develop and/or update annually, a written plan for the care, preservation, pruning, planting, replanting, removal or disposition of trees and shrubs along streets and in other public areas not under the control of the Park and Recreation Board. Contact the Educational Outreach Coordinator form more information on the Tree Board.

Cuyahoga Falls Partnership for Parks

The Cuyahoga Falls Partnership for Parks was developed to supplement park activities and development with grant procurement and fundraising opportunities. Visit the Parks and Recreation department to learn more.